Stefan Wolpe

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Wolpe was a composer of atonal works notable for providing one alternative mode of atonal writing to that developed by Schoenberg.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Form IV: Broken Sequences, for piano, C. 171 1969 Keyboard
Battle Piece, for piano (Encouragements No. 1), C. 111 1943 Keyboard
Solo Piece for Trumpet, C. 167 1966 Chamber Music
The Man from Midian, ballet suite for orchestra, C. 98 1942 Ballet
String Quartet, C. 170 1968 Chamber Music
An Anna Blume von Kurt Schwitters, for voice & piano, C. 26, Op. 5c 1929 Vocal Music
Sonata, for violin & piano, C. 117 1949 Chamber Music
Symphony, for orchestra, C. 138 1955 Symphony
The Man from Midian, ballet for 2 pianos, C. 97 1942 Ballet Keyboard
Tango, for piano, C. 19 1927 Keyboard
Sonata, for oboe & piano, C. 91, Op. 31 1937 Chamber Music
Sonata "Stehende Musik," for piano, C. 10, Op. 1 1925 Keyboard
Zemach Suite (7), for piano, C. 84 1939 Keyboard
Second Piece for Violin Alone, C. 165 1966 Chamber Music
Passacaglia, for piano (Vier Studien No. 4) "On an All-Interval Row," C. 62/4, Op. 23/4 1936 Keyboard
Trio in two Parts for Flute, Cello and Piano, C. 163 1964 Chamber Music
Piece for Oboe, Cello, Percussion & Piano (Oboe Quartet), C. 130 1954 Chamber Music
Quartet, for tenor saxophone, trumpet, percussion & piano, C. 122 1950 Chamber Music
Three Time Wedding (10), suite for piano, C. 83 1939 Keyboard
Form, for piano, C. 145 1959 Keyboard
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